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hello, everyone. a radical terrorism strike. there time in belgium with coordinated attacks in brussels. it was in the height of the morning rush hour. at least 31 people are dead and more than 200 injured. no surprise isis has claimed responsibility. the latest jihad is just four days after the arrest of a key suspect in the paris attack, be he was captured two miles from the metro station. was his arrest tied to today's terror? what the analysts are saying. but first, barack obama spent
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all of 51 seconds today on address the new muslim terror attack while down in the communist state of cuba. >> before i begin, please indulge me. i want to comment on the terrorist attack that has taken place in brussels. the thoughts and the prayers of the american people are with the people of belgium and we stand in solidarity with them, in condemning these outrageous attacks against innocent people. we will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally, belgium in bringing to justice those responsible and this is yet another reminder that the world must unite. we must be together regardless of nationality or race or faith in fighting against the scourge of terrorism. we can and we will defeat those who threaten the safety and security of people all around the world. >> and that was it.
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that was the extent of the comments from cuba. for the very latest on the terror overseas, let's to go fox news senior affairs correspondent. bring us up to speed. i noticed you upped the injury number to 200 recently. >> reporter: even 230 is what we're hearing now from officials. there is a lot of manhunt going on right now for those responsible for the death and destruction that occurred at the brussels airport behind me. it is dark now. it's been shut down by the isis-backed terrorists. a lot of attention going away from the airport to try to find out who was responsible. police are circulating a surveillance picture. a closed circuit camera picture of a man in white who they believe is a key suspect. maybe a string puller in these attacks. as well as two men in black and believe it or not, police think those two are suicide bombers. one or two are dead right now. there was a blast here and a
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blast at the subway station right near the eu headquarters and the u.s. embassy. these two blasts, people responsible for are now being sought in the center of that city. there are house to house searches, door to door searches being conducted by police as the death toll rises. 230 injured. among those injured so far, that we know of, nine americans. active military service members, five members of his family, and three missionaries of the mormon faith. their homes are in utah. again, as you noted, this comes just four days after the arrest of salah abdeslam. a key member of the terror attack in paris. he had set up a network and
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that's what he was saying. the thinking is these attacks are what he was planning or a revenge attack by the isis backed terrorists. a lot of questions tonight. back to you. >> thank you. thank you very much form report. so let's bring this around. they say there are possibly others on the run still. they're going door to door on at least one, maybe two undetonate suicide vests as well. >> which is incredibly alarming situation. obviously these are circumstances they have to keep a close other on in material of gathering information in a rapidly evolving situation. they need to final where they are and eliminate them before they do some further damage. this was obviously very logistically coordinated. synchronized attack, this shows a serious level of intelligence gathering ahead of time to be able to plan this, coordinate
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and set it off to do maximum damage and casualties. this is something they need to pay attention to. what is angela merkel thinking right now? very concerned about the open borders in the eu and people being able to move freely back and forth which is an aid to terror. >> let me build on that. kg points out the open borders. brussels. belgium is right between france and germany. we think germany took a million syrian refugees an open border that way. france at least closed the border. is it time to think about closed borders in europe? >> yes. however, one of the biggest problems is not new people coming in. this terror cell, and the people that he knew, had been there a long time. they are members of the community and it took them four months to try to track him down, be he was arrested on friday.
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and fortunately captured alive so they could get some intel. but the problem is you think about that community that he was in. basically was hiding and abetting him for four months. maybe more. so you have to wonder what sort of intel did they get from him and his family or neighbors or his friends. obviously not enough to try to prevent this attack. so there is a major concern about the refugees coming. not all will be terrorists. but what is your risk tolerance level? especially when you have basically infested with terrorists, all throughout europe and belgium has been a growing problem for years. >> does this teach us anything when we watch this? should president obama and the administration be seeing what's going on and saying, here's our strategy? maybe we need to tweak our strategy a bit? >> i think we have a strategy. the question is how do you prevent these incidents? i don't know that there is any fool proof strategy or policy that would say, oh, we will
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never have a terror attack on our home front. this is a tragic event. and i would come back to something dana said. what you see is this neighborhood in brussels. apparently is a breeding ground for trifl. the people who are involved in the paris attacks last november are directly linked to this neighborhood. the man arrested friday is the prime suspect as the planner of the paris attacks. and now four days after he is captured, we see this. this morning, the form he dem cia director said he thinks in fact maybe these attacks were being planned by, excuse me if i mispronounce his name, salah, but was moved up because of the capture. >> brussels, a beautiful city at one point. now it is terrorist cell laden, ridden with fear. the peep must be scared to death. >> they are already on high alert. they had the arrest on friday. the snipers took out another
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would be terrorist involved in the paris bombing on tuesday. so they're already on high alert. they caught him by surprise. that's kimes of scary. where they got shot, where the bombs were is a high security area. also, the guy they're looking for, this guy, for those who paint them as they have nowhere to go. this guy has an electromechanical engineering degree from a school in brussels. he is the bomb maker. he was given up on friday by the guy who was captured. part of the paris thing. we can't find this guy. but knowing we found him a few blocks away, this could be the same guy. in the beginning, i understand in retrospect. the people in brussels allowed this guy to go. i think the people of belgium were like good. get out of here. they didn't know they would come back. and they came back as terrorists. now you have a trained terror cell. a series of them inside this beautiful city of brels.
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>> last week we talked about whatever their version of the fbi is. in brussels. and there are times we can search homes or time we're not supposed to. maybe it is time to throw that pc out the window. >> how unfair for the people of belgium in particular who have lost loved once. blood spilled everywhere that could have been prevent. people get cancer through no fault of their own. when you allow terror to seep into your neighborhoods to kill your women, men, children, this is what happens. you can't have a curfew on terror. we don't want to be offensive to you, terrorists, so at 9:00, we won't do anything. this is living sad proof of what happens when you have policies like that. >> anyone at the table think this is not a precursor for something happening here? >> how do you know or say that? i don't wish that on us. >> i didn't say wish it. is it not something that we
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should be taking seriously? a lesson learned saying let's not be pc here. let's be. maybe even profiling if you have to to find out if there are terror cells. >> new york has done a great job of putting people in these major cities ahead of time. so there are people deployed there. dan would know better. to study it unless this great mayor we have has dismantled that as well. i think there's a go sign being given from syria, from raqqah that is disturbing. we left this terror heartbeat in raqqah. we've done ridiculously little. we have 50 special ops outside years. i can't we have 3,700 troops. wave handful of terror stakes in the big picture of the last three years and we're surprised these terror cells are continuing to flourish and grow? we're not seriously taking on the evidence. >> we've talked about raqqah for months. we've talk about leveling raqqah. it is the training ground.
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we know where they are. we choose not to. i guess we're concerned about collateral damage. we learned the number. isis took credit for it. they did it through their news organization. isis has a news organization. >> and currency. >> can't we shut that down? should not we shut that down? >> there is a school of thought that you want to it continue so you can get intel and try on tease it out. i don't necessarily subscribe to that but there is social media to your point about the united states, remember what director combey has. . he has an open investigation that are radical islam or isis related in all 50 states. and yet we had a lone wolf attack in san bernardino. you almost get no follow-up on that. i think that is a real injustice to those families that we don't know more about how that happened under our nose. and i would love to say that was just an isolated incident. when the fbi is saying they have
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50 open investigations. investigations in all 50 states. we don't know how many investigations per state and how good our intel is. our intel has to be better than theirs. the way they operate in secret, it is very hard to prevent something hike this from happening. >> we might have more if we open it up. >> they are going to be able to open up the phone. i would say this. hats off to the fbi. they should have 50 investigations in all 50 states and i would hope they would have more. that's the only way. >> can i be provocative here for one second? >> oh, sure. we have a large somali population in the tri-state. the minneapolis area. is it worth having the extra scrutiny in that area? >> they do already. >> and additional may be looking into taking some liberties? >> you mean violate our constitution? >> no, no. >> we track very carefully young people in that area.
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their travel, their associations. all of that. >> are we doing enough. >>? you can't say. that because if something happens. >> terror takes the path of least resistance. >> breaking details throughout the hour. up next, new developments on the investigation including details on the suspects captured on camera inside the airport. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go? ♪ when it's go, the new choice privileges
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back to the terror attack that killed 31 and 230 others. it comes days after the most wanted terrorist was nabld miles from the attack site. did the arrest of paris suspect salah abdeslam prompt the terrorists to act? >> this particular attack i believe was something that they have been trained, something they had worked out. that they accelerated given the arrest of salah abdeslam friday. he was probably aware of. this they were concerned he would talk to authorities and they moved this up. >> katherine, you've been reporting all day. you have some breaking news on several different topics. could i start with how they
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think the people were targeted? what they were looking for when they got to the airport? >> thanks. the intelligence source who has been briefed on the investigation so far on the ground in brussels has provided new information on fox news about the moments inside that airport ticketing terminal when the explosions took place. we're will that shortly after that surveillance video that we're very familiar with now showing the two men, the suspected bombers, and then a third individual who is kind of like a minder or an escort to the target site. the two bombers split up. went to aisle three in the terminal. the other went to aisle 11. our contact says the evidence indicates they were targeting the highest concentration of passengers at that time rather than a specific airline. so they were going for maximum casualties and maximum carnage in that airport terminal. those aisles or lanes for check-in at that part of the airport are what are called
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common use airlines passages. so an airline may be in one aisle one day and then in another aisle the next day. depending on the rotation. we were told aisle 3 and 11 did not have american airlines. in fact, aisle 3 had brussels airlines and aisle 11 had dealt la airlines. but again, it was emphasized that the bombers split up and they went for the highest concentration of passengers in order to inflict the maximum number of casualties. >> okay. we'll take it around the table. >> i understand the thing about the glove which i think is the left hand being gloved. fascinating. you've outlined that a few times i saw a floor plan of this airport. the common area you're talking about, the ticket area, very big, very populated. and it is separated by the two gates. the hallways where you go to the gates where there is security. the thought of that, that there is literally no way to secure that area unless you put, i
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don't know, metal detectors and bomb sniffing dogs at every airport as they walk. in it is insanely scary how much access they have on being able to kill people. >> look. this has always been described as the soft journal belly of any airport security. it is at that point before you get to security screening proper inside the sterile area of the airport. and it is in the high traffic area so it is hard to monitor who is coming in and who is going out. what is so striking about this attack today is that it was able to take place at a time when brussels, belgium is at the highest threat level. this imminent threat level. they were still able to circumvent airline security and get to the passengers to cause maximum damage with the suicide bombs. if could i draw people's attention back to that image of the glove. we have now spoken to two former senior fbi officials as well as a former military bomb tech and
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they have all provided us with the same insights. they think the black glove served one of two functions. it was part of the detonator function. what they call the dead man's switch. what that means is that once the hand is off the cart handle, it is that lack of contact. if the individual was slot and killed by police in the terminal. it is that lack of contact that sets the detonation into play. so you can take out the bomber but you cannot take out the bomb itself. the second is that in a very well circulated al qaeda manual, there are recommendations about the type of clothing to wear. that very western american sort of khaki pants. you see the guys on the left. then black sweaters. but it also says that operatives should use a time of leather glove to reduce any static charge that could prematurely detonate the device. so the three people we spoke to
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today all came to the same conclusions, that the glove is somehow significant in terms of the detonation or reducing the likelihood of a pre mature explosion and all of this big picture speaks to a group that had a level of sophisticated, pre planning, premeditation in materials of the handling of the devices and the triggering of the devices. >> all right. juan williams? >> i was so curious about this neighborhood in brussels. molenbeek. i saw that the united nations said more fighters have come from brussels to syria and to iraq from this neighborhood than anywhere else in the world. what is going on? >> well, the number are pretty staggering. the united states has a very small slice of the pie when it come to foreign fighters. in the five years that the conflict has been going on in syria and iraq, it is upwards of 36,500 fighters. it is up over 1,000, about
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1,500, since the u.s.-led bombing campaign has begun spoefl has done nothing to diswade people from north america into syria and iraq. the key point you're raising is the number of western passport holders which now stands at 6,600. and the countries with the highest concentration among that group are the western european countries, specifically belgium, as well as france. these are really staggering numbers. at dinner here in washington recently with french officials, they confirmed to us that more than 200 citizens have been killed inside of iraq and syria supporting the conflict there. so these are huge numbers compared to what we're dealing with in the united states. this idea that the ocean is a buffer or a boundary for us is a very old-fashioned post 9/11 idea. what we're seeing in europe is something that could be here in
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a heartbeat. >> thank you. >> such an important point you're making. great job on your reporting here. you're really getting to the bottom of this. i want to see if you can take us to the next steps of this. especially as it relates to the suspects at large. >> the focus of the investigators, we're told through a counter terrorism force, priority one is identifying. this allows investigators to map their network of contacts. specific will you for us in the united states. to understand whether they had contacts with individuals inside the united states leading up to this attack or whether they had even traveled to the united states. and that will be done once the names are confirmed by running them against the terrorism data bases and watch lists in this country. i don't know what's happening in this particular case. the nsa. but in previous attacks, the nsa has been extremely forth coming
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with intelligence services in material of providing the call data to them to understand this network of contact or what they call a link analysis chart for each of the suspects. >> my last question -- >> some fact and fiction real quick. is it true that they found an unexploded vest there? >> sorry, in the airport? >> yes, ma'am. >> based on the media reporting out of brussels yergs, that is the case. the most important thing about any unexploded vest is that it is a real gold mine in terms of forensic evidence. fingerprin fingerprints, dna, hair samples. it is about whether it is consistent with what we saw in france. this will tell us whether we are dealing with the same bomb maker. >> you wonder if the guy in white backed out. maybe that was his vest and maybe he changed his mind. >> it looks like an escort. that's very common. they keep these suicide bomb orders target to get them to the
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location. more importantly, if they are pushing the carts with the devices, they're like a 360 eyes and ears. as the carts move through the airport, they make sure people are out of the way so they don't have a pre mature detonation before they get to the high concentration of casualties. >> thank you. next, donald trump and ted cruz are calling for a halt on visa programs. don't let dust and allergies get between you and life's beautiful moments. with flonase allergy relief, they wont. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance. flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. flonase outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. so you can seize those moments, wherever you find them. flonase. six is greater than one changes everything.
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back to our continuing coverage in brussels. two bombs set off in the main airport today. another explosion on a rush hour subway train. more than two dozen are dead and more than 200 injured. isis claiming responsibility. reaction from the democratic presidential candidates ahead. but first, three gop contenters on today's attacks. >> this is a war with islamic
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terrorism. isis has declared jihad on europe and on the united states of america. they have declared their intention to murder as many innocents as possible. >> we need to move aggressively against isis. both in the air and on the ground and to destroy them and continue to fight the battle against this kind of radical islamic activity. when people die and bleed in europe, we die and bleed a little bit right here in the united states of america. >> we have to be smart in the united states. we're taking in people without real documentation. we don't know where they're coming from. we look at it from any standpoint. they could be isis or isis-related. we just don't learn. >> okay. so strong words in measure and tone from the three gop contenders regarding the terror attacks that isis has taken credit for in brussels take. let's take it around the table and get reaction in term of the
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messaging. do you think the candidates are hitting the right tone? >> i think for themselves, yes. i think they all represent themselves in terms of how they responded very well. i'm a little irritated at europe. i feel like america has been a really good ally. i'm not saying europe hasn't been a good ally. you take country like belgium that only spends 1% of its gdp on defense. and they complain about our methods and tactics for trying to protect the world and keep our country safe. they want our help. we want to be good allies. but one of the things i think would be effective for the republicans, and also for the democrats, for the american presidential, the whole suite of them to say to europe, i'm going to be a good president of the united states. i'm going to continue to try to fight this war on terror. but we've got to have more from you. and we're going to be expecting a little bit more. whether it is in terms of cooperation or you have to step up and start funning some of these efforts as well. >> yeah.
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everybody has skin in this game. they need to step up. be strong allies and do something to prevent the spread. >> we have chattanooga, oklahoma, and recently san bernardino. you want to know why san bernardino was a game changer, i can't remember who interviewed, one of our reporters was on the streets in san bernardino just after the attack. he interviewed a neighbor of the people who perpetrated this attack. and the neighbor said -- >> adam housley. >> i saw funny stuff going offensively saw packages. i didn't mention anything to anyone. that's pc. that's getting peel killed. of all the people who have been the least pc, donald trump said stop muslim immigration. figure it out. he's the one who said stop taking on syria refugees.
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the visa program he talked about today. and em, build the wall. he is building his platform on what has been going on. and people are nervous. so of the three, on the right. i would say he has the one that is resonating the most. >> his mantra of national security. you see cruz trying to hit that tone, calling it radical islamic terrorism. >> donald trump and barack obama have to understand one thing. that america does lead to world. europeans, flat on its back. even to get to 2% like they pledged to nato. like it or not, we were born into the finest country. the most powerful country in the land. you can't say, my goodness. what is the responsibility? you may not like it. it is not the biggest part of the budget. if nato starts cropping the ball, we don't drop nato.
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>> you need on explain to the audience what you're saying. trump had said, we should scale back. >> every chance he gets, he is giving other people the opportunity to lead. whether it is sarkozy or hollande. he should have been there after the charlie hebdo attacks. >> i'm saying immediately attack. get on the line and say attack on brussels is an attack on us. and yes, we have an additional responsibility. grow up. if you're the head of the family taerg leadership. don't get mad because you have a 12-year-old that needs to be taken care of. there are certain nations that have to be taken care of. we have to watch the west. we are the watch dog of the world. i know we can't say world, blow yourself up. >> let's look at the reality. first and foremost, who is in the fight right now against isis? who is taking the lead?
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the united states of america. let me finish. okay. so the united states takes the lead. dana perino just made the point. the europeans, despite having these terrible thing happen in paris and now in brussels, they're not in the fight. they talk of the game but they're not in the game. >> i don't want to shut everybody down. let me tell you what the lead is. it is not 3,700 air strikes. that's better than the rest. we have to be inspirational. and we have to call them out. >> inspirational? we have to take offensive action. this is ineffective. >> it is not ineffective. it is ineffective -- on this day with people dead. you say why couldn't you have stopped it? do you think that bombing isis to smitherines -- >> but juan, juan -- >> let me say, why don't we try. let me say in material of trump. this is unbelievable. how many syrian immigrants are here in the united states?
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i don't even think it is 100. >> no, no. >> to come in and wyoming us out. >> president obama said he wanted, he said he was going to executive order, 60,000 syrian refugees. >> and it takes three to do incredible damage and mass casualties. the problem is -- >> panicking. >> no one is panicking. >> we can't let anybody in this country. we have to ban people. >> he said put a pause on it. >> today is not the day for you to compellingly make the case that we are winning against terror when you see people being blown to bits. when we rest and take a back seat, terror advances. that's what you saw today. both hillary clinton and bernie sanders have been soft on terror throughout the election. will they toughen their positions now? you'll hear from the democratic candidates ahead. stay with us. (engine winding up)
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welcome back. it is a sad day.
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terror tore apart france back in november and today is a sad day. the eiffel tower is lit one the color of the belgian flag. more about the 2016 candidates at home. hillary clinton and bernie sanders addressed the terror earlier. hillary commented about closing the borders. >> i'm realistic to say we'll completely shut down or borders. that would stop commerce, for example. that's not in anybody's interests. terrorists are not stupid. they are quickly adapting. the more they use encryption to communicate, the more difficult it will be to figure out what the heck they're up to. we have to do this consistent with our values. >> we are dealing with people who want to do us harm, who want to do europeans harm. who want to do innocent people
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throughout the world harm. and i know that our intelligence agencies people will be as ridge is, as vigilant as they can. >> here were the two back in november after the terrorist attacks. remember this? >> i don't think we're at war with all islam. >> he just said radical islam. >> i think you can talk about islamists who clearly are also jihadists. >> i don't think the term is important. what is important to understand is we have organizations, whether it is isis or al qaeda who do believe we should go back several thousand years. >> it is like we're playing password. we give you a hint, will you say the word? which candidate on the left or
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the right seem to have it right? as we get set to look at the results from arizona as well as utah in. >> i don't think any of them on the left are matching the moment. and hillary clinton who wants to say i'm the most experienced, she also could claim if she wants to, see the most hawkish on the left side. she would be the most tough. one of the big problems in the electorate is with men. national security is important everybody to. i think that one of the things she could have done today, she could have been a lot tougher. but she's talking in these code words. she said, the u.s. response must be consistent with our values. what does that mean? basically that's a code word for saying we will not do anything that's too tough. we won't go as far as, basically saying i won't do what george w. bush did. >> either one of those candidates make you feel good about fighting the war on terror from europe to the middle east? >> absolutely. what's interesting to me, listening to dane, a i was
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struck by this idea that somehow hillary clinton isn't using the right language. she talks about we're facing jihadists. we have to stop and fight. bernie sanders, the sail thing. you guys get locked into this thing, the language they won't say. they are both into saying it. both into advancing. the real fight here is the idea that you touched on earlier. you have trump saying, no, don't support nato. and she is saying, bernie sanders is saying, we have to uphold our commitment to nato. when you come to this issue in materials of the politics of it. remember this. most americans associate a strong national defense with republicans. so it should benefit republican party and the republican candidates. >> that's why i'm saying she could have done better. >> when you come to trump versus clinton in the polls, most americans choose hillary clinton as the tougher of the two on national -- >> wait, wait, did you cite the juan poll? >> i happen to have it in front
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of me. thank you so much. it says here, "washington post," abc news poll. clinton more trusted than trump to handle terrorism. 50-42. >> that's huge! >> that's what i'm telling you. >> that was taken prior to these attacks. >> today. >> the position on the -- >> san bernardino. in san bernardino people came around to donald trump's way. >> listen to the candidates and say which is the one i feel most secure with and vote that way. ultimately, that's the most important thing a president can do is keep you safe. the rest doesn't matter. the rest is noise. especially when things like this are going on. >> kimberly? >> what he's saying, what he's doing -- >> that's your opinion, juan.
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he would be into waterboarding to get the most information possible. and possible in his theory, maybe jose rodriguez of the cia would have gotten the information to stop this brussels attack. >> you have to do what it takes in a lawful way. you can make laws. especially in time of terror like this where there are xegent circumstances. you take people that you trust your valued advisers and you talk to the justice department and you come up and have a means to do so. what they did at the time was legal. there has been a policy change under this administration. a new administration can bring in their experts and their new pieces of legislation like patriots acts and thing like that. >> for those who say it doesn't work. you're not sliced up in a hospital right now trying to desperately stop the bleeding. if you were able to stop that attack some way, somehow, you have to think we should be open to it. by the way, hillary clinton will have a national security address at stanford tomorrow.
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radical islamic terrorism is spreading across the globe. >> the islam that we love is going to wither on the vine if we allow this radical political ideology that isn't just a few militants. it is a political ideology that won elections in egypt. that has large movements of isis, run governments in iran. it will destroy our faith if we don't wake up and begin to connect the dots of brussels, paris, chattanooga, san bernardino, these are simply -- >> what would you do? here you have moderate muslims. do we with them or say no. in fact, the terrorists are all muslims? >> thanks for that really difficult question. no. we won't say that all muslims including moderate muslims are
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terrorists. that would be ridiculous. we want to build alliances. build partnerships including throughout europe so people who are united against jihadists, against islamic terrorism will share intelligence, share resources and shut it down. >> a rare moment of light. what about the trump stand? oh, no. contrary to your belief, i don't speak trump. i think we do need to profile. i'm going to say it. ambassador bolton said it today. it is time to start profiling certain muslim groups. and i would be on board with that. >> which is legal, by the way, so everyone doesn't get freaked out. >> i think something we could do, to look at the american who joined isis and then turned himself into the kurds last week. one of the things he said is i didn't see them as good muslims.
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he said this is not what i thought it would be. that we could do more with that so spread the message that there is evil and that radical muslims are to be shunned, not joined. >> what about the muslim countries? what about saudi arabia? >> you stole my lines. we can pressure pakistan and saudi arabia immediately. we have relations with them and have verifiable follow-ups to make sure they're not producing these jihadists. sending them outside the borders. >> we've got to do it. >> why are we talking about this now? that's what bothers people. why they would be looking for change in november. >> and we give pakistan billion in aid. why are we handing it over? >> and we gave back, are in the process of giving $100 billion to iran. don't let dust and allergies get between you
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stop terrorism must do more and must do more to cooperate and they have to be able to fund it. i think that should be the next nato meeting. >> i think they should take the leadership of the next 48 hours to call the defense ministers and their appropriate counter parts or allies the put together a comprehensive strategy. it won't take us totally safe but begin to put us on the offensive. >> yes. chase it down where it lives, where it breathes. places like mosul and raqqah and syria where you have to go after them hard. we live in the best country in orld that has the most significant advanced, defense, military capabilities. release them. let them do what they need to do. >> i am so fascinated by this molenbeek neighborhood in belgium and i can't understand why the authorities there haven't done more to clean it out at this point. the global issue remains. the specific table today with
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what happened. >> that's it for us. student for continued coverage of today's terror attacks. "special report" is up next. ta a look at this. this is a makeshift memorial in brussels. [ yelling ] >> for the second time in four months, radical islamic jihad has come to a major european capital and a manhunt is on right now for those responsible. bols exploded this morning in brussels, belgium. at least 30 were killed and dozens wounded including nine americans. the targets, the city's airport and a metro station. isis terrorists claiming responsibility. president obama spent the day in havana talking about the cuban trade embargo and watching a


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